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home management here today. adt. always there. >>> hurricane sandy left a trail of destruction in its wake. it also left us with this statistic. three of the ten biggest floods in lower manhattan since 1900 have occurred in the last three years, and it's not just new york. freak weather seems to be here to stay all over the globe. on the one hand, the world needs to think about how to stop or reverse climate change, but in the meantime, we will have to figure out how to adapt to what is becoming a new normal. i'm joined by two distinguished experts. brian walsh, a senior writer for "time" magazine. he wrote a story on how to timeproof a city and jeff is the director of columbia university's earth institute. jeff, to what extent can we link climate change to hurricane sandy? what would be the fairest way to describe it? >> one thing we can start with is the ocean level has risen and the earn seaboard by almost a foot during the past century, and that means that storm surges are all the more extreme. the flooding was made worse by that and the sea level keeps rising and it keeps rising
voters displaced by superstorm sandy will be able to cast their votes by i'm. the state is also allowing residents to vote at their county clerk's office. the deadline for ballots is still 8:00 p.m. tuesday. >>> and those are your headlines. "reliable sources" is at the top of the hour. now back to "fareed zakaria gps." >>> sometimes the best way to think about big events, elections, crises, wars, is to step back and learn what we can from the past. that's why i bruit together three of my favorite historians do just that and to help us figure out how the past can inform the present in this election. my guests are edmund morris. he has a new book out called "this living hand." sean wilentz also has a book out about ronald reagan and his times and many others including bob dylan and his times, a professor at princeton university and walter isaacson, the author of biographies of everything from henry kissinger to steve jobs. you were appointed the vice chairman of the louisiana recovery authority and the job was to handle funds that were being dispersed by the federal government. in watchin
for the latest on the superstorm, sandy. the storm is blamed for at least 111 deaths in the u.s. meantime shall as survivors try to recover, thousands of people still without power dealing with the cold now. forecasters say temperatures are expected to drop below freezing tonight and tomorrow evening. and sandwiches of comfort, we'll meet a lady making thousands to help out the victims. now back to fareed zakaria i can't gps. >>> sometimes the best way to think about big events, elections, crises, wars, is to step back and learn what we can from the past. that's why i brought together three of my favorite historians do just that and to help us figure out how the past can inform the present in this election. my guests are edmund morris. he has a new book out called "this living hand." sean wilentz also has a book out about ronald reagan and his times and many others including bob dylan and his times, a professor at princeton university and walter isaacson, the author of biographies of everything from henry kissinger to steve jobs. to benjamin franklin. after katrina, you were a native of new orl
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